The EVO 43 Transformable Luxury Yacht
The EVO 43 had already gain a lot of attention in Cannes and Monaco, where Rossi Navi, one of the most renowned Italian builders of megayachts, chose the new EVO 43 as the official tender to accompany its exclusive customers in the Principality’s waters. Designed, engineered and built in Italy by Sea Engineering Group, based on a project by Studio Tecnico Rivellini, with exterior and interior design by Valerio Rivellini, the EVO 43 is a fast, 13-metre day cruiser flaunting sculpted, muscular, yet sleek, minimalist lines. Summarising the concept of form&function (functional design), the boat features a straight bow and high topsides that flow harmoniously towards the stern. The cleats and fenders disappear, leaving clean lines that fully comply with safety requirements on board. The straight-lined superstructure incorporates an 8mm wedge-shaped tempered glass windshield. The minimalist helm station features a curved dashboard in light wood with a joystick for controlling the two powerful Volvo IPS 600 engines, rudder wheel, and all the electronics for control and command of the boat. The pilot has full ease and 360-degree view. The cockpit – which, like the rest of the craft, is entirely covered in teak – features an area that can be easily arranged through modular cube-shaped seats with backrests in marine fabric featuring leather stitching, as well as an extensible dining table and a large wet bar: a foldaway piece of furniture containing an induction stove, countertop, sink and refrigerator. An icebox beneath the pilot’s seat has an outstanding capacity of 180 litres. Below deck, every detail is once again designed to ensure form and function. Noble materials such as teak, glass, leather and exclusive fabrics, please the senses, providing an atmosphere of simple yet refined contemporary luxury.